Jami'ah Tirmadhi: Arabic text with translation in English: 6 volumes: volume 1 to 6جامع ترمذي، حديث متن عربي و ترجمه انجليزي. Jami At-Tirmidhi is one of the classical books of hadith that was compiled by [ PDF] Musnad Imam Ahmed Arabic/English (First 3 Volumes). English Translation of ia-mi6 At=Trm1dh! i. Volume 1. Compiled by: Imäm Hăfiz Abü 'Elsa Mohammad. Ibn 'Elsa At-Tirmidhi. Translated by: Abu Khaliyl (USA).
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Hafiz Abu Eisa At-Tirmidhi Language: Arabic – English | Format: PDF | Volumes: 6 | Size: MB Jami At-Tirmidhi is one of the classical books. Jaami At-Tirmidhi is one of the classical books of hadith that was compiled by please upload tirmdhi hadeeth in tamil pdf. i search this hadeeth in so many websites. i cant find. I concentrate in English here in this blog. English Translation. Translation of i-mi. 6. At=Trm1dh! i. Volume 6. Compiled by: Imãm Hãfiz AN 'Elsa Mohammad. Ibn 'Elsa At-Tirmidhi. Translated by.
Two verses couplets are narrated from Sayyiditina Aa'ishah Radiallahu Anha , the meaning of which is: "that if the friends of Zulaikha could see the blessed face of Rasulullah Sallallahu alaihe wasallam , they would have cut their hearts instead of their hands". How true! It is related from Ebrahim bin Muhammad Radiallahu anhu who is from the sons grand sons of Ali radiallahu anhu, that whenever Ali radiallahu anhu described the nobel features of Rasulullah Sallallahu alaihe wasallam , he used to say: "Rasulullah Sallallahu alaihe wasallam was neither very tall nor short, but of a medium stature among people.
His hair was neither very curly nor very straight, but had a slight wave in it. He did not have a big body nor a round face, but his mubaarak face was slightly round meaning he did not have a fully round face nor a fully elongated face, bur in between the two.
The complexion of Rasulullah Sallallahu alaihe wasallam was white with redness in it. The mubaarak eyes of Rasulullah Sallallahu alaihe wasallam were extremely black. His eyelashes were long. The joints of the body e.
There was no hair more than normal on his body. Some people have profuse hair on their body. Sayyidina Rasulullah Sallallahu alaihe wasallam did not have hair on the parts of his body, besides places like the arms and legs etc. He had a thin line of hair running from the chest to the navel.
The hands and feet of Rasulullah Sallallahu alaihe wasallam were fully fleshed. When he walked, he lifted his legs with vigour, as if he were descending to a low-lying place. When he addressed a person he turned his whole body towards that person.
He did not only turn his face towards the person he addressed, as this is considered impolite, and sometimes, it even denotes pride. Sayyidina Rasulullah Sallallahu alaihe wasallam faced the person he spoke to, with his chest and body.
Some scholars have translated this as, when Sayyidina Rasulullah Sallallahu alaihe wasallam addressed someone, he completely turned his face PraytoAllahtoshowerhisblessingonallthose,whomadetheefforttobringyouthisbook.
ShamaaileTirmidhi Hijri towards that person, and did not give a side glance. This is not a suitable translation. The seal of Prophethood was situated between his shoulders. He was a last of all prophets. He was the most generous and the most truthful. He was the most kind-hearted and came from a most noble family. It means his character, family back-ground and everything else was of the best. Any person who saw him suddenly would become awe-inspired.
Sayyidina Rasulullah Sallallahu alaihe wasallam had such a great personality and dignity, that the person who saw him for the first time, because of his awe-inspiring personality, would be overcome with a feeling of profound respect. Besides, the special attributes and qualities granted to Sayyidina Rasulullah Sallallahu alaihe wasallam ro'b awe is also one of the special qualities granted to him.
Anyone who came in close contact with him, and knew his excellent character was smitten with the love of his excellent attributes. Anyone who described his noble features can only say: "I have not seen anyone like Rasulullah Sallallahu alaihe wasallam neither before nor after him. He had often described the noble features of Rasulullah Sallallahu alaihe wasallam in detail. I felt that I should hear from him personally, some of the noble features of Raulullah Sallallahu alalihe wasallam , so that I could make his discription a proof and testimony for myself and also memorise them, and, if possible, try to emulate and adopt them.
The age of Sayyidna Hasan Radiallahu anhu at the time of Rasulullah Sallallahu alaihe wasallam 's death was seven years. In view of his age he did not have the opportunity to realise fully the features of Rasulullah Sallallahu alaihe wasallam. The uncle descirbed the noble features by saying: "He had great qualities and attributes in him, others also held him in high estemm. His mubarak face shone like the full moon. He was slightly taller than a man of middle height, but shorter than a tall person.
His mubarak head was moderately large.
His mubarak hair was slightly twisted. If his hair became parted naturally in the middle he left it so, otherwise he did not habitually make an effort to part his hair in the middle. This is a more respected transaltion. A question may arise that Sayyidina Rasulullah Sallallahu alaihe wasallam habitually parted his hair as stated in Ahadith.
The Ulama say that this was in the early periods where Rasulullah Sallallahu alaihe wasallam did not make an effort to do so. According to this humble servant, the answer to this is bit difficult, because it was the principal of Rasulullah Sallallahu alaihe wasallam to oppose the ways of the non- beleivers, and agree to the ways of Ahlul Kitab, he did not part his hair in the middle. For this reason, according to some Ulama, the bets translation will be that he only parted his hair in the middle if it could be easily done, and when this could not be done easily, and a comb etc.
Occasionally he used to part his hair in the middle with a comb etc. When the hair of Rasulullah Sallallalhu alaihe wasallallam was abundant, it used to pass over his ear- lobes. Rasulullah Sallallahu alaihe wasallam had a very luminous complexion colour , and a wide forehead. He had dense and fine hair on his eye brows.
Both eye brows were seperate and did not meet each other in the middle. There was a vein between them that used to expand when he became angry. ShamaaileTirmidhi Hijri His nose was prominemt and had a nur and lustre on it. When one first looked at him, it seemed as if he had a large nose, but looking at it carefully showed that the lustre and beauty made it look large, otherwise in itself the nose was not large.
The pupil of his eye was black. Al-Mughni v. There is no difference of opinion in it. A1-Mughni v. Tuhfat Al-A hwadhi v. You are clingingon the two corners in a manner thatI have not seen any of theCompanions of the Prophetclinging. J4ii1j, 1M : 3L..
In this narration Ibn 'Umar's answer means that he is not harming or hitting anybody, nor he is not creating trouble for others. So whoevertalks in it, then let him not say butgood.
This is acted upon according tomost of the people of knowledge. They consider it recommended thata man not speak during Tawafexcept when necessary, or forremembrance of Allah, or when itis regarding knowledge.
Allahwill raise it on the Day ofResurrection with two eyes by whichit sees, and a tongue that it speakswith, testifying to whoever touchedit in truth. Ji o14] 3L L3L- , V1 vro:Comments: This narration shows that the Black Stone, which apparently appears to be a simple piece of stone, will be granted the ability to testify for those who touch it. What Has Been o.
Related About CarryingZamzam Water A: iJ1Comments: In this narration, pain or suffering greater or less than a prick of a thorn, means even small pain or suffering. The Chapters On Jana'iz LLa worry that concerns him - exceptthat by it, Allah removes something :JUfrom his bad deeds. Due to this pain or suffering, sins are forgiven and the status in Paradise is elevated. Chapter 2. See no. Each of his steps brings him reward from Allah R.
Didyou come to visit the sick or merely stop by to visit? This Hadith hasbeen reported from 'All by otherroutes, among them those whoform. AbU Fakhitah's name isSa'eed bin 'Ilaqah. He - -- - - - -,said: 'I do not know of any of theCompanions of the Prophet who L5met with the trial I have met with. If it were notthat the Messenger of Allah -forbade us' - or: 'forbade' - 'fromwishing for death, then I would wish -for it.
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I amsuffering from an illness. Lord of mankind, removethe harm, and cure him. Offering to recite Ruqyah for someone is not prohibited and it is not against faith. Chapter 5. If he doesnot owe anything to anyone, then it is not necessary to write a will. Chapter 6. He said: 'Do youhave a will? And that whoever willed athird, then he has not missedanything, and that no more than athird is allowed for him. If he bequeaths lessthan that, it is commendable. According to the Ahnaf, if the deceased has noheir, he can bequeath more than one third of his total property.
Rad 'Ala! Chapter 7. Some of the people of knowledgesaid that when he says that onetime, as long as he does not sayanything after that then there is noneed to coax him again nor get himto say more. Comments: Whoever goes to visit a sick person, he should pray for his health, and whoever goes to visit or participate in a funeral of someone, he should pray for forgiveness and blessings of Allah U for the deceased, because when someone asks for Allah's blessings, the angels say 'Amin.
Chapter 8. He had a cup with waterin it, he put his hand in the cupthen wiped his face with the water,then said: '0 Allah! Help me withthe throes of death and the agonyof death. So I do not consider it bad that someone experiences the severity of death, nor do I envy anyone who dies without such severity.
See TuhfatAl-Ahwadhi. The Chapters On Janaiz Chapter 9. That is to say, it can be inferred from this narration that when the deeds in the beginning of the day and in the end of the day are in accordance to Islamic faith, then he is forgiven. The life of a Muslim is a continuous struggle for legitimate and lawful earnings and subsistence, and he strives for righteousness and regularly observes religious commands.
At the time of death sweat on the brow is a sign of being true Muslim Tuhfat Al-A liwadhi. Thabit narrated from Anas,that the Prophet entered upon ayoung man while he was dying. What Has Been. Jfrom the deeds of Jahiliyyah. Some of the people ofknowledge disliked An-Na'i. Tothem, An-Na'i is when it isannounced among the people that The Chapters On Janaiz so-and-so has died, so that they can L 44;attend his funeral.
Some of thepeople of knowledge said that :Y. Q:4 3kthere is no harm in a maninforming his relatives and his :3brethren. There are three aspects of such announcements. To inform the relatives and friends etc.
To inform the people and invite them as a symbol of pride and status. This is an unbecoming thing and it is disapproved. Announcement of the death in a way as the people used to do in the period Jahili3yah. This type of announcement is of two types. A In the era of Jahiliyyah when a rich or a person of status died, they used to send a person to different tribes to announce his death with the beat of the drum.
B When a person of status or a rich person dies, they used to call the lamenting women who would cry on the death and would pronounce the important deeds of the deceased. This kind of announcement of death was for the sake of pride and vanity.
This is prohibited. Just informing the friend and relatives is allowed. TuhfatAl-Ahwadhi v. What Has Been ;2iZ,I. Anas bin Malik narrated that : L. A believer who submits to the decision of Allah is always patient. It is agreed upon that out of love and out of honor, kissing a deceased person is allowed as AbU Bakr kissed the Prophet when he died and no one objected to his action.
Wash her with water andSidr, and in the last washing addcamphor, or something fromcamphor. When you are finishedthen inform me. This is acted upon according tothe people of knowledge. And, he did not thinkthat the saying of the Prophetmeant to clean three or five times,so he did not consider the numberof times binding.
Alimad and Isaq said that thewashings are to be done with waterand Sidr, and some type of camphoris to be used in the last washing. This is acted uponaccording to some of the people ofknowledge. It is the view of Ahmadand Islaq.
Some of the people of The Chapters On Janaiz tflknowledge disliked using musk for -' -the dead. LZiJ IL. Its use islawful and approved. If camphor is available it should be preferred. Some of thepeople of knowledge among the -, - J4Companions of the Prophet and 4L i 3- : - -- - -others said that when one washes - J. Jthe deceased, then he is required toperform Ghusl. What Has Been L t. The people of knowledge consider The Chapters On Janaiz this recommended. JComments: It is unanimously agreed that white cloth is recommended for shrouding.
The Chapters On Janaiz Comments: The deceased should be given a shroud according to the status he holds in this world. Using costly cloth for shroud is against the Sunnah. In spite of having the ability of providing a suitable shroud, giving a cheap one is also disapproved.
There should be no shirt in these three pieces, though the use of a shirt as a shroud is not prohibited or disapproved. The Habir Burd is a Yemeni Burd type of garment or cloth with designs on it.
See An-Nihayah. See Tuhfat Al-A hwadhi. This is acted upon according tomost of the people of knowledgeamong the Companions of the 3 uL 3Prophet and others.
This ;ii I Ji iL'. They say that thewoman is shrouded in five cloths. A female should be shrouded in five pieces of cloth, a lower wrap, shirt, two other pieces and one head cover. Deceased -i - ti. Some of the people of knowledgeconsidered it recommended tosend something to the family of thedeceased due to them beingoccupied as a result of theircalamity. Ibn Juraij reports from him. It is but natural, and faith does not hinder the flowof sentiments.
Sometimes some people go beyond the limits, they cry, theytear off their clothes; they rip out their hair, and do many other things toshow their grief.